i just wanna rock my mp3s. and of course block out wind noise. what should it be
I thought the same when I bought my pair. But trust me, it is DEFINITELY worth it. They also come with about 15 different pairs of ear inserts so you can accurately fit them to your ear canal, which was a huge plus for me. Trust us, it's worth the $100.looks like i'll need to try a pair of these ec2's. $110 seems a little steep for some little earphones, but i did say the best didn't i. thanks guys
What he said. Also, the er-6's are very low profile, so they won't interfere with the helmet liner or get pushed out of place. I've used mine for 3 years, love them.Don't feel like breaking the bank for ear buds that stay in your ears inside a full-faced helmet? I bought a set of Skull Candy Ear Buds and they rock. They're also very comfortable and compare in sound to a set of Etymotic ER6 that I used to have.
The best thing, they're only $29.95 USD
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Ditto. I picked up a pair recently and love 'em. They have foam, just like shooters' or musicians' plugs, are fairly streamlined, and so far haven't come loose...even when running. My wife has had a pair for a year or so and uses hers for ultra-endurance mountainbike races. No complaints from her either. I got mine at CompUSA for around $20.I personally rock the JVC Marshmello ear buds. Half the price and they sound great. I use them at the rugby field during warm up to sretch and tune people in the crowd out, while riding and while working out and I love them